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  • one year ago

area of a triangle

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  1. triciaal
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  3. triciaal
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    use the formula above

  4. anonymous
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    b=22 and h=18

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  6. anonymous
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    396/2=198

  7. anonymous
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    is 198 the area?

  8. triciaal
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    yes

  9. triciaal
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    unit of measure = mm^2

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    remember you can always cancel common terms before multiplying

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    this one confuses me with the dotted line

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    the height on the other side does not look the same

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  16. anonymous
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    so the dotted lines are just showing the height

  17. anonymous
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    in a straight line?

  18. triciaal
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    yes always use the height at the 90 degree the perpendicular

  19. anonymous
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    ok thank you for all your help

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